End Game - How I Deliver Photos to Clients

I am writing this quick post to go over how I deliver the end product of my commissions to clients.

While the majority of my work is with Stocksy which only requires me to upload to my portfolio I still take a handful of hired photography gigs each month. How those photographs make their way to the client has really changed in the last 6 or 7 years.

Where the Ground meets the Sky

The Canadian Rocky Mountains are only an hour or so from my home here in Alberta. I definitely do not take advantage of how close they are. That needs to change. And yes.. I say that all the time.

I booked a heli tour with my friend & fellow photographer, Cody Priebe, to shoot some aerial shots of the mountains that I have observed at a distance my entire life.

Christie & Derrick - A Palm Springs Wedding

I do not advertise myself as a ‘wedding photographer’. In fact, I only refer to myself as a photographer (& gentleman) because I do not want to constrict what I do.

I received an unexpected call from one of my oldest friends, Derrick. He was tying the knot and due to unforeseen circumstances he and his fiancée, Christie, were without a photographer only a few months before their wedding.

Gentlemen's Finest Groomers

Those who know me can tell you that I definitely fancy yesteryear. I sometimes think I might of been born a century too late.

That is why I was thrilled to leave my stylist in a hair salon for a traditional barber at Chinwhiskey Shearing & Shaving Co. here in Calgary, Alberta. For a dapper gent there isn‘t a salon that can top the experience of sitting in a 1920‘s antique barbers chair and the quality of a classic haircut & straight razor shave.

NYCWLK

I was so excited when Johnny Patience, Rebecca Patience & Bijan Sabet announced NYCWLK 1.0. New York is definitely my favourite city since first visiting there in 2013. 

Above New York, New York

New York is my favourite city. I have discussed with many that it is like being in a huge movie set. I can really point my lens in any direction and find some kind of interestingness to capture. 

Paget Lookout

A couple of weeks ago my photo pal, Curtis Gee, and I heading into the nearby Rocky Mountains for a hike up to Paget Peak. This was just on the west side of the continental divide in beautiful British Columbia.

Downtown Fog

I set my alarm for a ridiculous time. When I looked out the window I was stoked to see a thick fog covering my neighbourhood. An initial plan to capture the sunrise over the downtown of Calgary changed for the better.

February Frost

I woke up knowing that I had to run some errands.. groceries.. fill the car with gas.. and the like. Over night a frost had built-up on everything outdoors.